Fuel & Inerting Systems

Customizable Aircraft Fuel Pumps Reduce Cost and Boost Reliability

Parker Aerospace’s Fluid System Division has a long history of supplying fuel pumps to both the civilian and military aviation markets. Detailed analysis and testing, combined with extensive hours of...
On September 21, 2018

New Optical-Based System Will Transform Aircraft Fuel Measurement

Modern aviation owes much of its success to gas turbine engines that convert fuel into massive thrust, enabling large passenger aircraft to travel long distances at high speeds. Jet engines, however,...
On July 5, 2018

F-35 Lightning II Fuel and Inerting System Powered by Parker Aerospace

As the United States military embarked to build the second ever fifth-generation fighter aircraft, Parker Aerospace’s Fluid Systems Division (FSD) was selected in the mid-1990s to provide the...
On March 28, 2018

Evolution of Fuel Tank Inerting for the Aerospace Industry

Parker Aerospace’s Fluid Systems Division (FSD) has been a major supplier of aircraft fuel tank inerting systems and components since the 1960s. Fuel tank inerting systems create a non-combustible...
On March 23, 2018

New Milestone Reached for Aircraft Inerting Systems

In 2017, Parker Aerospace’s Fluid Systems Division (FSD) achieved a significant milestone with its industry-leading fuel tank inerting technology and systems capability. The division now has...
On March 15, 2018

Catalytic Inerting Technology: Next Generation Fuel Tank Inerting Solution

Recently, Parker Aerospace and Phyre Technologies signed an exclusive license agreement to explore advancing Phyre’s patented catalytic inerting technology. Parker will bring its 50-plus years of fuel...
On July 11, 2016

Aerospace Technologies and Key Markets

Systems strength. Component solutions. Parker Aerospace is a global leader of systems and components used on most commercial and military aircraft in production in the world today. Parker technology...
On May 11, 2016

Introduction to Fluids Employed in SprayCool Products

Liquid cooling has been around for many years both in industry and military alike. Rising heat density in electronics at a rate consistent with Moore’s Law creates even more interest in liquid cooling...
On June 6, 2015